POSTED BY Sundeep Dougal ON Sep 10, 2014 AT 21:25 IST ,  Edited At: Sep 10, 2014 21:25 IST

In the end, Al Jazeera decided to merely laugh it off with a tweet:

They needed to clarify further:

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POSTED BY Sundeep Dougal ON Sep 10, 2014 AT 21:25 IST, Edited At: Sep 10, 2014 21:25 IST
POSTED BY News Ed ON Aug 04, 2014 AT 22:57 IST ,  Edited At: Aug 04, 2014 22:57 IST

Google Play released a game called Bomb Gaza which has since created a controversy and has been marked by widespread protests.

The game invites players to "drop bombs and avoid killing civilians". It has reportedly been downloaded upto 1,000 times, and continues to be available despite negative reviews.

 

 

"Disgusting. It would be interesting how Larry Page and Sergey Brin, both advocates of the Google mantra ' dont be evil ' and the other people in charge of applications respond. Google should not only give a very public apology but divert some of their billions to help those helpless innocents in Gaza," writes Yunus Patel on the Google Play review page.

Another game on similar lines, Gaza Assault: Code Red, asks players to "take control of an Israeli UAV equipped with powerful weapons in an attempt to secure the region!"

 

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POSTED BY News Ed ON Aug 04, 2014 AT 22:57 IST, Edited At: Aug 04, 2014 22:57 IST
POSTED BY News Ed ON Jul 17, 2014 AT 16:34 IST ,  Edited At: Jul 17, 2014 16:34 IST

Chetan Bhagat has done it again. His ill-considered tweets on the situation in Gaza have stirred up a controversy. The best selling novelist has often managed to enrage the Twitterati, including the furore he caused by comparing the fall of the rupee with rape.

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POSTED BY News Ed ON Jul 17, 2014 AT 16:34 IST, Edited At: Jul 17, 2014 16:34 IST
POSTED BY Buzz ON Apr 23, 2014 AT 23:59 IST ,  Edited At: Apr 23, 2014 23:59 IST

While Time Magazine's “Person of the Year” — one who the magazine editors feel has “done the most to influence the events of the year” — has been making news since 1927, the latest readers poll via the magazine's website which sought to select the world’s 100 most influential people — "who influenced the world this past year for better or worse"— has, to the surprise of many, placed the Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal and Narendra Modi in top positions.

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POSTED BY Buzz ON Apr 23, 2014 AT 23:59 IST, Edited At: Apr 23, 2014 23:59 IST
POSTED BY Buzz ON Mar 21, 2014 AT 19:26 IST ,  Edited At: Mar 21, 2014 19:26 IST

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Two articles based on interviews with Mehmood Pracha, the lawyer who is defending German Bakery bombing convict Himayat Baig, have resulted in the US-based website TwoCircles.net receiving the above summons from Mumbai police’s Cyber Crime Cell.

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